The Los Angeles Dodgers's weeklong "Love L.A." community tour is in full swing.
Dodgers all-stars including Clayton Kershaw and Yasiel Puig, as well as coaches, alumni, and employees will participate in the community outreach program, which kicked off on Monday at Gratts Learning Academy for Young Scholars to host a mentoring lunch for students from New Village Girls Academy.
They will also visit the L.A. County Board of Supervisors (Tuesday), host 400 members of Law enforcement agencies and families impacted by the tragic San Bernardino shooting (Wednesday), surprise DTLA citizens with free lunches (Thursday), and hold a luncheon with the Wounded Warriors Project and combat-injured service members.
"It's really all about the fans and the community and getting back out there reminding everyone -- not that we need to remind our fans -- that it's almost baseball season again, because our fans are amazing and support us year round around here," Turner told On Air with Ryan Seacrest on Wednesday. "The Super Bowl is in the two weeks, and after that everyone knows it's officially baseball season."
The week will wrap up with FanFest this Saturday at Dodger Stadium. Get free tickets at Dodgers.com/FanFest.
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